HTL Hollabrunn

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HTL Hollabrunn
HTL-Hollabrunn logo
type of school Higher Technical Institute
School number 310447
founding 1976

Anton Ehrenfriedstrasse 10
2020 Hollabrunn

place Hollabrunn
state Lower Austria
Country Austria
Coordinates 48 ° 33 '38 "  N , 16 ° 4' 7"  E Coordinates: 48 ° 33 '38 "  N , 16 ° 4' 7"  E
carrier Republic of Austria
student 1252 (as of 2014/15)
Teachers 143 (Stand 2014/15)
management Wolfgang Bodei
HTL Hollabrunn

The HTL Hollabrunn (actually: HTBL Hollabrunn ) is a higher technical federal college with a technical college and an attached boarding school . It was opened in 1976 and, with 1250 students, is the largest school in the Weinviertel .


Around 1971 the municipality of Hollabrunn, under Mayor Robert Löffler, applied to the Federal Ministry for Education and the Arts to be allowed to set up a higher technical college. Also in 1971 the location Dechant Pfeiferstraße 1–3 was decided and three specializations with electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and industrial engineering were determined. In 1972 the planning for the new school with a boarding school was commissioned. On March 21 In 1975 the Federal Minister Fred Sinowatz the groundbreaking ceremony . In 1976, the municipality bought the old post office as a temporary school building. On September 1, 1976 Eduard Müller (1935–2001) was appointed provisional head of the HTL Hollabrunn and classes with the higher education institute for electrical engineering and the technical college for electrical engineering began in the old post office building. The workshops and training rooms were on the ground floor and the basement (workshop manager at that time: Gerhard Schmid). The classrooms were distributed among schools across the city, and teachers were borrowed from other schools .

HTL Hollabrunn construction site

The new school building was built according to the plans of the architects Helmut Leierer and Ernst Maurer, the student residence according to the plans of the architect Reinhard Pfoser. The new school building was moved into in the autumn of the 1978/79 school year. This year there were already 12 first classes (= 9th  grade ), which were divided into the three departments of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and industrial engineering. The heads of department at that time were: Gilbert Hinterberger (electrical engineering), Friedrich Prochazka (mechanical engineering), Alfred Paul Wagner (industrial engineering). In 1980 the first final exams took place at the technical college for electrical engineering. In 1981 the first Matura for electrical engineering took place. In this year, classes were started at the 4th department for electrical engineering - control and regulation technology. In 1982 the first Matura for mechanical engineering took place. In 1983 the first Matura for industrial engineering took place. In 1984 the first matriculation examination for electrical engineering - control engineering (today's electronics) took place. In 1988 classes were started at the technical college for electrical engineering - control and regulation technology (today's electronics college).

Extension of the HTL Hollabrunn
Minister Claudia Schmied at the opening of the HTL extension (2007)

In 2005 an extension was started according to the plans of the ah3 architects , which was opened on December 12, 2007 with the then Minister of Education Claudia Schmied .

In 1984 the organizational preparations began for the private HTL for food technology Hollabrunn , which is structurally connected with the HTL Hollabrunn through joint teachers. The building erected for this purpose was opened on June 8, 1988 with Governor Siegfried Ludwig . In 1990 the school's first Matura took place. A foremen's school for mechanical engineering was started in 1993 and a foremen's school for electrical engineering in 1994, both schools are sponsored by the Lower Austria Chamber of Labor . In 1994 a private school for metal construction technology was started. In 2000 the Frank Stronach Football Academy was started in cooperation with FK Austria Memphis MAGNA . These schools and the boarding school form the so-called Hollabrunn Technology Center .

The cooperation ended, however, and SV Horn took over this work to a large extent.


In the 2014/15 school year, 1250 students attended the HTL Hollabrunn, of which only 60 were female. They are trained by 124 teachers and 19 female teachers. 23 people are employed in administration and building services.

  • 2009 - ISO 14001 certification (as the first school in Lower Austria).
  • 2014 - EMAS III certification (EU environmental audit).


  • 1976-2000 Eduard Müller
  • 2001–2010 Thomas Dietmaier
  • since 2010 Wolfgang Bodei

Course offer

The following training focuses are offered:


Students and graduates



Web links

Commons : HTL Hollabrunn  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Thomas Dietmaier: 25 years HTL Hollabrunn. In: Festschrift 25 years HTL Hollabrunn
  2. Extension of HTBL Hollabrunn , entry in architekturlandschaft.niederösterreich ;
    HTBL Hollabrunn , entry on
  3. Austria Wien Archive - The Online Statistics. Frank Stronach Academy. In: August 25, 2009, accessed April 13, 2020 .
  4. HTBL Hollabrunn - the only school in Lower Austria with certification according to ISO 14001: 2009 ( Memento from March 21, 2018 in the Internet Archive )
  5. HTBL Hollabrunn: EMAS certification for HTBL Hollabrunn . In: NÖN online, June 3, 2014.
  6. HR Dietmaier celebrated his farewell as director of HTL Hollabrunn with companions and friends . Website of the HTL Hollabrunn. Retrieved December 9, 2014.
  7. DI Bodei new director of the largest school north of the Danube . Website of the HTL Hollabrunn. Retrieved December 9, 2014.
  8. Locations: vocational schools. Higher technical federal school. In: Retrieved April 13, 2020 .